Six Years With The Texas Rangers 1875 to 1881

By: Gillett, James B.

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COLONEL EDWARD M. HOUSES COPYADVISOR TO PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON 332 pages, photos, frontis, small dark spot on lower spine. Presentation copy from Gillett To Col. Edward M. House from a Texas fan. Not signed by Gillett, but written in his hand. Pictorial book plate of Edward M. House on front pastedown. Gillett joined the Texas Rangers in 1875, he depicts how the Rangers maintained Law and order on the frontier- and occasionally dispensed summary justice. From the Mason County War to the Horrell-Higgins feud, the capture of Sam Bass, and the pursuit of Victorio's rebellious Apaches. Adams 150, 62, Six-Guns 829, Graff 1553, Rader 1591, Howes G177, Jenkins, Basic Texas Books 76, One of the finest personal memoirs of Texas Ranger service. Handbook of Texas: After the outbreak of World War I, House undertook several important European missions for the President (Wilson). When the United States became more involved in the war, he won British and French acceptance of Wilsons Fourteen Points as the basis for the peace.

Title: Six Years With The Texas Rangers 1875 to 1881

Author Name: Gillett, James B.

Edition: First Edition

Location Published: Austin Texas, Von Boeckmann-Jones Co: 1921

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Categories: Gunmen, Cowboys, The West, Native Americans

Seller ID: 016538

Keywords: cattle, gunmen, indians, outlaws, ranching, sam bass, texas rangers, western americana